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People with HIV can now sign up for life insurance coverage through a partnership with Prudential and a financial services company called Aequalis.
A recent survey of homeless people in San Francisco found 7% were living with HIV or AIDS-related illness, which has left Jonathan concerned about his housing.
Common life events -- whether they're good or bad -- can also be sources of stress and have impacts on the health of people living with HIV.
To get some insight about why some people struggle to achieve or remain undetectable, BETA Blog spoke with Keith Henry, M.D., an HIV specialist with more than 25 years of experience caring for people with HIV.
Before Jan. 31, people living in California can register for affordable health insurance through Covered California, the state's insurance exchange. For those living with HIV or on PrEP, there are some key things to keep in mind when choosing a plan....
BETA asked San Francisco AIDS Foundation staff to share what they do in their own lives -- and what others can do -- to end stigma. Here's what they had to say.
A recently published study shows that people with HIV often intentionally skipped antiretroviral therapy (ART) doses before drinking or using drugs.
Why do Americans and their insurers pay more for some drugs and less for others? And who decides what a fair price for a drug should be, and how can manufacturers and health plans be compelled to improve access and affordability?
BETA explores PrEP awareness, interest and uptake in the Latino community by speaking to Shaddai Martinez-Cuestas, M.P.H., HIV services director at Clínica Esperanza, Mission Neighborhood Health Center, and Nestor Gonzalez, PrEP benefits navigator fo...
Dr. Eugenie Scott shares theories about science denialism that could explain why people reject PrEP, as well as vaccines and climate change data.